The S.C. Department of Natural Resources will continue efforts to remove and eliminate feral hogs from North Island in Georgetown County by scheduling four hog hunts with dogs.
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The S.C. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the University of South Carolina (USC) Dept. of Earth and Ocean Sciences and USC Earth Science Research Institute, conducted a two-mile seismic reflectivity study along Hwy. 27 north of Pringletown, in Berkeley County during the week of June 15.
The S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is continuing its efforts to remove feral hogs from Bonneau Ferry Wildlife Management Area (WMA) by conducting another round of hog hunts with dogs. Feral hogs have continued to cause significant damage to roads, wildlife openings, and dikes, as well as compete for the same food sources as many game species including squirrels, deer, and wild turkeys.
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DNR reminds hunters that hog hunting is not allowed at night. Night hunting some species, such as feral hogs, deer and turkey is illegal and carries stiff penalties such as fines, possible jail time, forfeiture of hunting license and confiscation of any equipment being used, such as vehicles and firearms.
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